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please, preferably one that cleans itself (like the brAun ones) No more than £50. Preferably from somewhere like boots or something where they might have it in store.
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
please, preferably one that cleans itself (like the brAun ones) No more than £50. Preferably from somewhere like boots or something where they might have it in store.
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
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#1
Any idea anyone?
#2
I prefer Panasonic shavers. Try this one.
#3
thanks... looks a bit strange thought.
#4
try checking amazon I purchased one the other week half price, got the deal from the forum
#5
thanks, could you give me more info on the deal you got?
#6
#7
thanks. ill keep an eye out. what can you say on philips shaver btw?
#8
I was suprised it is the first eletric shaver that has been nearly as close as a wet shave. It`s compact and a charge is supposed to last ten days.
#9
thanks for your help lads
suspended#10
HI

try this one
http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/shavers/braun-4737.asp

u can find these in tesco and asda as well asda price is 2 pence cheaper
hehe

hope this help
#11
morales

What kind of a shaver do you prefer? There are two different types of shavers : rotary (for example Philips) or foil (Braun, Panasonic).
Is your sking sensitive? Do you require wet shave (with some electric shavers you can use shaving foam or simply shave when in shower).
Do you need rechargeable, mains, battery or combination shaver?

Also, do remember that asking for personal experience of others doesn't really work when choosing shavers. It is not down to personal preferences but rather to skin sensitivity and condition. For example, I had several Philips models, including very expensive ones and always had problems (not with shaver but with skin allergy, irritation, etc). Then I switched to Panasonic shaver and problem is gone.
I know other people who did exactly the opposite - went from foil shaver (all Pannys are of foil type) to Philips rotary because of the same skin problems.

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